Friday, January 14, 2005

The Truth About Israel

Gentle reader,

As you know, we prefer to speak directly rather than spend our time quoting the blogs except in rare cases when we have nothing to add. This is one of those cases.

On IsraPundit, Ms. Matar shares two letters from Americans that make the case better than we could.

The truth is, the Roadmap to Peace could never work. And almost everything you have been told or "shown" about the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians has been inaccurate.

I am reminded of a scripture from Acts 5:39 in the New Testament:

But if it is of God, you will not be able to stop them. You may even find yourselves fighting against God."
We cannot afford to be wrong about Israel.

Please read,

and if you agree, act.


Blogger Gindy said...

The roadmap is a farce. I am under the impression that very little will work nowadays except complete separation. What that means I am not sure yet. I am starting to have a few ideas. I don't think a fence will do it in the long run.

January 14, 2005 at 3:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

At the end of World War ll, the United States and our European Allies, under the influence of the Zionist Movement, supported the notion of The Right of Return, and displaced European Jew returned to Israel. The Palestinians were unable to resist. They were still suffering from the effects of Colonialism. They had been subjugated and disarmed and the history is there for anyone to read. Just go back to the early twentieth century and the Balfour Declaration. The Return was not a popular idea in Palestine at the time-not even among the Jews who were living there, most of whom were Hasidic Jews and did not identify with those of the Diaspora. The Return was an act of injustice, carried out by force of arms against an unarmed people. The injustice continues and there will never be peace in the Middle East until there is justice for the Palestinians. The Allies didn't settle the European Jews in the United States or European countries because of the level of Anti-Semitism in our country and in Europe. The war in Iraq is just another symptom, as is terrorism, of this injustice, and it will not have a good end. The Return itself was the first terrorist act and I believe that the nation of Israel is most responsible for what has happened in that part of the world. This is not a popular point of view anywhere. I do not propose the end of the state of Israel but only justice for the Palestinians.

January 21, 2005 at 11:08 PM  

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